Check out my latest interview on The Great Discontent.
So excited to be featured again in the latest issue of Grafik Magazine, as part of their special feature “Grafik’s Got Talent”. I was first featured back in ‘09, and they invited me to be a part of this year’s follow up talent issue.
Here is the mini interview that accompanies the article.
—2009—What were you doing then? In 2009 I was doing a lot of editorial. Shooting for magazines like Domino, Lucky, and Travel and Leisure. That was also the year that I started doing more advertising: Target, Cougar Boots, MTV. I also made my first short fashion film for Untitled Magazine. After that, video started playing a bigger role in more in my overall body of work. 2009 was also a big year for me because I bought a Brownstone in Brooklyn, something which, if you’ve ever lived in NY you’ll know, is not an easy task!
—2011—Tell us about where you are now… I recently got back from San Francisco, where I spent 9 days shooting with Microsoft. Also just finished up a shoot with Anthropologie here in NYC. Work has been moving along and I’ve been really happy with recent jobs. I’ve been shooting with some great clients: Fossil, Call it Spring for Aldo, Toyota, Steven Alan, and Quiksilver. Also, this year my boyfriend and I added a new addition to our family.. a 1.5 year old scruffy faced mutt named Bass. She’s an Airedale Terrier, Otterhound mix, and we’re crazy about her! Other than that I’ve been spending time on the house and am in the process of getting the backyard up to shape for summer.
—2021—What do you see yourself doing in 10 years? Shooting. Enjoying my life. I want to be working enough that I can take vacations stress free without feeling like I need to be showing my portfolio in whatever city I happen to be visiting. I love the work I’m doing now, so I want to continue on that path, making great work and adding to my roster of clients. I also see myself working on bigger productions, doing more involved video work, and traveling a lot! I still see myself living in New York, but I would really love to start spending a few of the winter months in Los Angeles.
—What’s your plan B? Plan B is a taco truck by the beach in Mexico, most likely Tulum… Carefree life, laid back, tan and happy.
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